Month: June 2018
Trump Administration Inaugurates Medicaid Scorecard for State Programs
The Trump administration is embarking on a basic change to Medicaid that for the first time evaluates states based on the health of millions of Americans and the services they use through the vast public insurance program for the poor.
Blue states are defying the Trump administration in a bid to protect ObamaCare and keep their insurance markets stable.
Short Term Plans and Association Health Plans Panned in Submitted Formal Comments
More than 95% of healthcare groups that have commented on President Trump’s effort to weaken Obama-era health insurance rules criticized or outright opposed the proposals, according to a Times review of thousands of official comment letters filed with federal agencies.
President Trump signed a bill Wednesday allowing terminally ill patients access to experimental medical treatments not yet approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
No topic has dominated California’s governor race like President Donald Trump. The Republicans want to be like him; the Democrats want to oppose him. But whoever wins will face a long list of challenges from housing and homelessness to health care.
Proposed Public Charge Changes Could Reduce Healthcare Coverage for Children
A potential change to immigration rules regarding public benefits could lead to between 875,000 and 2 million U.S. citizen children becoming uninsured, a new study found.
Republicans are serious about reviving attempts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, and providers and industry groups are already getting nervous.